- Read the FAQs for information on subscribing to our Macroeconomic Reports.
- Read the descriptions for each of our Macroeconomic Reports.
Time Series Data
- Read the FAQs for information on subscribing to our Time Series Data.
- View the Time Series Data contents list.
- Inflation Gauge Time Series Data
Please contact the Melbourne Institute at email@example.com if you have any questions about our macroeconomic subscriptions or Time Series Data.
Frequently Asked Questions
What formats are the Macroeconomic Reports and Time Series Data available in?
The Macroeconomic Reports are PDF files.
The Time Series Data is distributed in Microsoft Excel format. You will need spreadsheet software capable of opening this file type.
Who can access the Macroeconomic Reports and Time Series Data?
The Macroeconomic Reports and Time Series Data may be used by the purchasing company only. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions when completing the payment options for more details.
Can the Macroeconomic Reports and Time Series Data be downloaded, saved and printed?
Yes, provided the use of the material complies with the Terms and Conditions you agreed to during the purchasing process.
Can I access Macroeconomic Reports from previous calendar-years?
No, only publications from the current year are listed in the Subscriber Services area.
Issues from previous calendar-years are available via Single Issue Report purchase.
Should I subscribe to the Melbourne Institute Time Series Data or purchase Single Issue Data?
A subscription to our Time Series Data is ideal if you require regular access to updated datasets.
Single Issue Data may be useful if you only require a small dataset or use our data infrequently.
Are there any limitations to using Single Issue Data?
Time Series Data purchased as Single Issue Data will not be updated once it has been emailed to you. Also, Single Issue Data purchases do not contain any explanatory notes, graphics or macroeconomic reports.
Additional Single Issue Data purchases may be made at any time; however, you will need to complete a new order before the data will be sent to you.
What should I do if I require explanatory notes for the Time Series Data?
The Melbourne Institute recommends that you purchase the corresponding macroeconomic report, which includes explanatory notes and figures.
Can I purchase the unit record data underlying the Time Series Data?
No, the unit record data is not currently available for purchase.
Where can I find a list of release dates?
The release dates are advertised in the Subscriber Services area. You will require an active subscription in order to access the release dates for the publications to which you subscribe.
How do I access my subscriptions?
Subscriptions are accessed from our Subscriber Services area, using the username and password provided to you or your Subscription Contact after purchase.
When will I receive my username and password?
A username and password will be emailed to you or your Subscription Contact within three business days after payment has been made.
Why do you need a Subscription Contact?
Information about subscription renewals and related administration will be communicated to the Subscription Contact via email. This may include notifications about updates to the Subscriber Services area or corrections made to reports or data post-release.
Can our organisation have multiple Subscription Contacts?
No, organisations may only have one Subscription Contact. Details for your nominated contact should be completed during the purchasing process.
Please ensure you advise the Melbourne Institute of any changes to these contact details.
What is a calendar-year subscription? Can I subscribe part-way through the year?
Subscriptions run on a calendar-year basis from 1 January to 31 December.
You may subscribe at any time; however, your subscription will still expire on 31 December of the same year.
Do I receive a discount if I subscribe part-way through the year?
No, you will be charged the full subscription price, because you will have access to all current calendar-year releases of the publications to which you subscribe.